Crash that killed ‘Sonny’ Lea remains under investigation

The car accident that killed an Atlantic City icon remains under investigation. William “Sonny” Lea died Monday night from injuries sustained in the crash. Lea, 83, had pulled over on the side of the road in the 4000 block of South Black Horse Pike in Monroe Township for an unknown reason, according to the report. … Read moreCrash that killed ‘Sonny’ Lea remains under investigation

Four convicted in dog-fighting operation with base in Cumberland County

Four men were convicted at trial in connection with their respective roles in vicious dog-fighting operation with a base in Cumberland County. The men were the remaining defendants in the case dubbed “Operation Grand Champion,” that has seen 123 dogs rescued. Justin Love, Robert Elliott Sr., Dajwan Ware and Robert Arellano were convicted of engaging … Read moreFour convicted in dog-fighting operation with base in Cumberland County

Atlantic County sheriff’s officer fighting indictment on gun charges

Gun charges against an Atlantic County sheriff’s officer should be tossed out, his attorney argued Tuesday. Daniel Ginsburg, 44, faces charges of terroristic threats and possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose in what started as a domestic dispute April 13, between him and his girlfriend, and ended with him arrested the next morning. … Read moreAtlantic County sheriff’s officer fighting indictment on gun charges

Longtime Atlantic City barber, community leader ‘Sonny’ Lea has died

Atlantic City is mourning a neighborhood legend. William “Sonny” Lea died from injuries sustained in a car crash Monday afternoon. He was 83. “Sonny was a community giant in Atlantic City,” said City Council President Marty Small, who first knew Lea as a mentor and a champion for children in the community. “He was like … Read moreLongtime Atlantic City barber, community leader ‘Sonny’ Lea has died

Ocean County pharmaceutical rep latest to plead in health care fraud case

An Ocean County pharmaceutical representantive is the latest to plead guilty in a multimillion dollar scheme to defraud health benefits. Kristie Abbott Masucci, 36, of Cedar Run, admitted to conspiracy to commit health care fraud Monday. Firefighters, teachers and a doctor are among the 20 who already pleaded guilty in the scheme that took advantage … Read moreOcean County pharmaceutical rep latest to plead in health care fraud case